Topic: Artificial Intelligence
A total of 100 artificial-intelligence-powered Club InterContinental suites will be available at InterContinental hotels across China within the year.
With its ability to streamline processes, provide insights and optimize experiences, AI is driving the new wave of responsive, guest-centric hospitality.
Best Western’s Watson Ad personalizes vacation planning by providing consumers with travel tips and tricks, recommendations and special offers.
True artificial intelligence remains out of reach today, but predictive analytics and machine learning is already at work behind the scenes.
The system is designed to encompass revenue management, property management, business analytics and more, and will debut in hotels next year.
The goal is to reduce the complexity of travel management, link all processes from start to finish and reduce costs as well as increase traveler satisfaction.
It's lodging's age-old question: What will the hotel of the future look like? At the Americas Lodging Investment Summit, a session focused on just that.
Ivy is now live in more than 6,000 rooms within Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts, offering a widespread guest text messaging program with built-in artificial intelligence.
Michael Blake, CEO of Hospitality Technology Next Generation, shares what 2017 technology trends are still in the mix and what will dominate in 2018.
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